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Ag Secretary relieved to see Farm Bill passed

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Ag Secretary relieved to see Farm Bill passed

By Pat Curtis The U.S. Senate on Tuesday passed a five-year Farm Bill on a vote of 68-32. Iowa Agriculture Secretary Bill Northey is relieved the measure is finally headed to President Obama, who is expected to sign the bill into law. “It’s certainly a relief to finally have a Farm Bill after a long run. It could’ve […]

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GOP candidates for US Senate differ on term limits

GOP candidates for US Senate differ on term limits   0

By O. Kay Henderson Five Republicans who are vying for their party's U.S. Senate nomination gathered for a 90-minute forum tonight, agreeing on most issues, but disagreeing on [...]